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Collection of tasks on discipline "Philosophy" (code FL2), the number of questions-175.


Task number one.

Question 1. The ancient Greeks defined wisdom as:

1. a cosmic "mind";

2. knowledge of the "Universe";

3. The doctrine of good and evil.

Question 2. The main subject in philosophy - is:

1. objects;

2. empirical reality;

3. philosophical reflection.

Question 3. The philosophical question - is:

1. The issue of natural objects;

2. Questions about the objects created by human beings;

3. The question of the relation of man to nature and objects created by humans.

Question 4. Who is the founder of classical German philosophy?

1. Kant;

2. Hegel;

3. Marx.

Question 5: Who developed a system of dialectics as the logic and theory of knowledge?

1. Hegel;

2. Herzen;

3. Marx.


Task number 2.

Question 1. Who owns the word "think, therefore I exist"?

1. Descartes;

2. G. Hegel;

3. Spinoza.

Question 2. Why, according to the Stoics, philosophy begins?

1. with logic;

2. with physics;

3. Ethics.

Question 3: What was the main philosophy of the Stoics?

1. The logic;

2. physics;

3. Ethics.

Question 4: In the 17th century. epistemology considered:

1. The abstract and theoretical level of knowledge;

2. The moral level of knowledge;

3. All of the above.

Question 5. How many pieces of philosophical knowledge singled Hegel?

1. two;

2. Three;

3. Five.


Task number 3.

Question 1. How many forms of social regulators do you know?

1 one;

2. two;

3. Three.

Question 2. What is the first form of social regulators?

1. Myth;

2. religion;

3. All of the above.

Question 3. What is the second form of social regulators?

1. Myth;

2. religion;

3. All of the above.

Question 4: What kind of society can not be a philosopher?

1. in the primitive;

2. in a totalitarian;

3. All of the above.

Question 5. Philosophy as a theory of being and knowledge, approaches to science:

1. its ontological side;

2. epistemological his party;

3. All of the above.


Task №4.

Question 1. The mythological conception is based:

1. on theoretical findings;

2. on reasoning;

3. experience in the artistic world.

Question 2. What is the period covered ancient philosophy?

1 to 6. BC. -6. BC .;

2. 3. BC. - 5. BC .;

3. 4. BC. -4 In. n. e.

Question 3. The term "philosophy" has arisen:

1. in ancient philosophy;

2. in medieval philosophy;

3. in the philosophy of modern times.

Question 4. How many stages of ancient philosophy traditionally divide?

1. Two;

2. Three;

3. Four.

Question 5. What is the main problem in the philosophy of Hellenism?

1. morality and freedom of the individual;

2. "Physis" and "Space";

3. The essence of the person.


Setting №5.

Question 1. What is the stage of medieval philosophy is the main?

1. patristic;

2. scholasticism;

3. All of the above.

Question 2. What is called sacralization philosophy?

1. The convergence of religion;

2. The convergence of science;

3. All of the above.

Question 3. scholastic philosophy puts to the fore:

1. The relationship between faith and reason;

2. The relationship between religion and science;

3. All of the above.

Question 4. The relationship between the general and the individual in scholastic philosophy to decide:

1. from a position of "nominalism";

2. from the standpoint of "realism";

3. All of the above.

Question 5: What is the philosophy of the Renaissance period takes?

1. 14-16 centuries.

2. 15-17 centuries.

3. 16-17 centuries.


Task №6.

Question 1: What is the ideal knowledge is the philosophy of the Renaissance?

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Question 4: What is the period covering the philosophy of modern times?

1. 14-16 centuries.

2. 16-18 centuries.

3. 17-19 centuries.

Question 5: What is the focus of the philosophy of modern times?

1. The theory of knowledge;

2. conjugation with the beliefs of Christianity;

3. interest in ancient philosophy and culture.


Task №7.

Question 1. Who believes that the only source of knowledge - it is an experience?

1. empiricists;

2. rationalists;

3. scholastics.

Question 2. What is the period covered classical German philosophy?

1. 1765-1775 years .;

2. 1770-1872 gg .;

3. 1780-1905 biennium.

Question 3: Who is the author of "categorical imperative"?

1. Kant;

2. Hegel;

3. F. Schelling.

Question 4. irrationalism - is:

1. The direction of post-classical philosophy;

2. The direction of ancient philosophy;

3. The direction of modern philosophy.

Question 5. positivism - is:

1. The direction of post-classical philosophy;

2. The direction of ancient philosophy;

3. The direction of modern philosophy.


Task number 8.

Question 1. How many stages of intellectual evolution of mankind singled Comte?

1 one;

2. two;

3. Three.

Question 2. Upgraded irrational-mystical view of the world were distributed:

1. in modern western philosophy of the 20th century .;

2. The philosophy of positivism;

3. The philosophy of rationalism.

Question 3. How many kinds of magic you know?

1. one;

2. Two;

3. Four.

Question 4: What relates to the occult?

1. astrology;

2. alchemy;

3. All of the above.

Question 5. What refers to the paranormal?

1. clairvoyance, telepathy;

2. poltergeist, telekinesis;

3. All of the above.


Setting the number 9.

Question 1. The main aim of phenomenology:

1. build a science of science;

2. disclose the living world as the basis of all knowledge;

3. All of the above.

Question 2. When there philosophical anthropology?

1. at the end of the 19th century .;

2. At the beginning of the 20th century .;

3. In the mid-20th century.

Question 3. Existentialism as the direction of modern thought arose:

1. in England;

2. Germany and France;

3. in Russia.

Question 4. Pragmatism arose:

Question 5: Who developed the method of psychoanalysis?


Task number 10.

Question 1. What is the main problem of personalism?

Question 2. The main issues neo-Protestantism - is:

Question 3. What is meant by the philosophical hermeneutics?

Question 4: What is the subject of analysis in analytic philosophy?

Question 5. What is the postmodern concept?


Task number 11.

Question 1. When philosophy begins in Russia?

Question 2. The Russian genre of dystopian philosophy originates:

Question 3. Start an independent philosophical thought in Russia is connected:

Question 4: What is the period covering the philosophy of unity?

Question 5. His spirituality Russian religious-philosophical thought of the ideas seen in:


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